25 Interesting Facts about India - Findoz

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25 Interesting Facts about India - Findoz

25 Interesting Facts about India

"India, the cure of mankind, is the birthplace of human speech, mother of history, great grandmother of legend grandmother and tradition. In India's history, our most valuable and most directorial material is in the treasure of India."

Here are 25 Indian facts of india:

1. A temporary post office

India has 1, 55,015 post offices with the world's largest postal network. On average, a single post office serves a population of 7,175 people. The post office floating in Dal Lake of Srinagar was inaugurated in August 2011.

2. Kumbh Mela is visible from space

2011 Kumbh Mela was the largest gathering of more than 75 million pilgrims. The meeting was so large that the crowd was visible from space.

3. Most Housing in the World

Massinum, a village in Khasi Hills, Meghalaya, receives the highest average average rainfall in the world. Cherrapunji, a part of the merchandise, holds the record for the most rain in the calendar year 1861.

4. Steel wire in Bandra Worli seal is equal to Earth's perimeter

It took a total of 2,57,00,000 man hours to complete and weighed 50,000 African elephants. A true engineering and architectural wonders

5. The highest cricket ground in the world

At the height of 2,444 meters, Shell Cricket Ground, Shell, Himachal Pradesh, is the highest in the world. It was built in 1893 and is part of the Child Military School.

6. Shampooing is an Indian concept

Shampoo was invented in India, not by commercial liquid but by the use of herb method. The term 'shampoo' itself has been derived from the Sanskrit word Champu, which means to massage.

7. Indian national kabaddi team has won all the world cups

India has won all 5 men's kabaddi world cups so far and have been humiliated in these tournaments. Indian women team has won the Kabaddi World Cup held till today.

8. Water on the Moon is discovered by India

In September 2009, ISRO Chandrayaan-1 of India used the Moon Mineral Mapper to detect water on the moon for the first time.

9. Science Day in Switzerland is dedicated to former Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam.

The father of India's missile program visited Switzerland in 2006. On their arrival, Switzerland declared May 26 as Science Day.

10. India's first President took 50% of his salary only

When Dr. Rajendra Prasad was appointed the President of India, he only took 50% of his salary, claiming that he did not need more than that. At the end of his 12-year tenure, he only took 25% salary. Then the President's salary was 10,000 rupees.

11. The first rocket in India was delivered to a circle

The first rocket was so light and small that it was taken to a bicycle at Thamba Launching Station in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.

12. India has a spa for elephants only

Elephants bath, massage and even food in the Punnath Kotta elephant yard rejuvenation center in Kerala. Now it is a big step for the country.

13. India is the second largest English speaking country in the world

When it comes to speaking English with 125 million people who speak India, India is the second only for the United States, which is only 10% of our population. In the coming years, it is expected to grow by a great margin.

14. The largest number of vegetarians in the world

Due to religious reasons or personal choices or both, approximately 20-40% of Indian vegetarians, who make it the world's largest vegetarian-friendly country.

15. World's largest milk producer

India recently surpassed the European Union with production exceeding 132.4 million tonnes in 2014.

16. The first country to consume sugar

India was the first country to develop sugar extraction and purification technology. Many visitors from abroad learned to finishing and cultivating sugar.

17. Human Calculator

Shakuntala Devi was given the title after computing two 13 digit numbers: 7,686,369,774,870 × 2,465,099,745,779 who were randomly selected. He responded correctly within 28 seconds.

18. Rabindranath Tagore also wrote National Anthem for Bangladesh

Rabindranath Tagore is credited not only for writing the Indian National Anthem, Jana Gana Mann, but for the Bangladeshi national anthem, Amar Sonar Bangla. The British also offered knighthood to them but refused to honor after the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.

19. Meditation Chand was offered German citizenship

In 1936 Berlin Olympics, defeating Germany 8-1, Hitler's wizard Maj Dhyan Chand was called by Hitler. They were given the opportunity to play German citizenship, a high rank in the German army and for the German national side. Though Dhyan Chand rejected the proposal.

20. Freddie Mercury and Ben Kingsley are both Indian roots

The birth of legendary singer Freddie Mercury of the rock band 'Rani' was born in Persian with Persian Bolsar, while the famous Oscar winner Hollywood star Ben Kingsley was born Krishna Pandit Bhanji.

21. Astronaut Rakesh Sharma said that from where India looks like Syar

Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi asked the first Indian, Rakesh Sharma in space, how India looks from space. His response was our famous patriotic song, "Siar from where untamed".

22. Haswell is completely an Indian brand and has been named after its owner first

Although the company was bought for only 10 lakh rupees a long time ago and now it is a multi-billion electrical goods company, it is an Indian company and is still named after its original owner Haveli Ram Gupta.

23. Diamonds were first mined in India

Initially, diamonds were found only in the alluvial deposits in the Krishna River delta of Guntur and Krishna district. During the 18th century, diamonds were found in Brazil, India led the world in the production of diamonds.

24. A special polling station has been set up in the middle of the Gir forest for a single voter.

Mahant Bhartadas Darshanda has been voting since 2004 and since then during every election,
special polling station has been set up specially for him because he is the sole voter of Banaz in the Gir Forest.

25. Snakes and stairs were born in India

Before this liberation was known as Patmu, this game was initially invented as a moral lesson about the work that is being taught to the children. Later it was commercialized and it became one of the world's most popular board games.

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